Debrief is both Open Source and free to use, so you will never suffer vendor lock in.
Debrief has been under continuous maintenance since 1995.
Debrief runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.
Debrief is highly capable, and can make even the most challenging analysis tasks easy and straightforward.
Debrief is currently in use by navies, Governmental and non Governmental organisations all over the world.
Debrief is well documented (200 page user guide plus introductory training course) and easy to use and maintain.
Direct access to the software team, to discuss new features & working practices.
Getting started support, including training & support for importing two in-house ASCII file types.
Up to an agreed number days per month, typically delivered within two working days. It can take many days for an analyst to fully engage with the context of a trial/operation, to get into the mindset of the participants. Once broken this concentration can take many days to re-engage.
To ensure they focus on delivering output. A knowledge worker “in the zone” is capable of delivering amazing insight. The lack of a support contract can mean that an analyst has to defer exploring a hypothesis – with the result that it may never be investigated.
Including new features, delivered in enterprise-friendly form (.MSI installer). This reduces the workload on both analysts and the IT support infrastructure.
A quick turnaround feature request can let them “stay in the zone”.
for first user +£1000/user/month (negotiable) for up to five more users
Broaden support for using complex file types directly in Debrief, with all its power, instead of remaining limited to vendor-supplied basic replay
Create new file import/export interfaces
Provide Debrief application in another language
Provide Debrief tutorial & user manual in another language
high level (graphical) editing of simulation input datasets
integration with external modelling systems (including batch running)
direct exploitation of simulation results (both single runs & meta-analysis)
support for new data attributes (6 degs freedom, bespoke sensor measurement types)
support for new analysis concepts, such as wake modeling and non-traditional sensors
new Analysis Panes for direct access to specific graphical & tabular performance metrics